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8 thoughts on “ Fuga - Johann Sebastian Bach, Rachel Podger - Sonatas & Partitas For Violin Solo, Vol 2 (CD, Album)

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  2. Johann Sebastian Bach Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin (feat. violin: Isabelle Faust) Review. Album. Released and Rachel Podger – who’s a particular favourite for the sheer.
  3. Bach - Complete Partitas and Sonatas for Violin Solo Rachel Podger (violin) Hitherto we have heard Rachel Podger only in early chamber works and as Andrew Manze's partner in Bach double concertos: here now, at last, is an opportunity to hear her on her own.
  4. Sonatas & Partitas for Violin Solo Rachel Podger Johann Sebastian Bach. SKU: Year of release: Sonata Nr. 1 In G Minor BWV ; 1. Adagio Johann Sebastian Bach: 2. Fuga Johann Sebastian Bach: 3. Siciliano Johann Sebastian Bach: 4. Presto Bach Sonatas & Partitas Vol. 2. Rachel Podger. More info.
  5. Johann Sebastian Bach’s cycle of three sonatas and three partitas for unaccompanied violin represents an uncontested point of culmination in western music for the violin. The pieces set new standards both in instrumental performance and compositional technique – standards that have lost none of their currency over the years.
  6. Johann Sebastian Bach - Rachel Podger: Johann Sebastian Bach - Rachel Podger - Complete Sonatas & Partitas For Violin Solo ‎ (2xCD, Comp, RE) Channel Classics: CCS SEL Netherlands: Unknown: Sell This Version/5(6).
  7. Rachel Podger has established herself as one of the truly great baroque violinists of our age, and here she is at her wondeful best. I cannot recommend this disc too highly - it is truly outstanding. You may like to know that Volumes 1 and 2 have been issued together at budget price Bach: Complete Sonatas and Partitas for Violin Solo. The two 5/5(6).
  8. Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin, six compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach that date from the early 18th century. They are unusual in being totally solo with no accompaniment of any kind; the most famous movement from the Bach sonatas and partitas is the Chaconne that concludes the Partita No.

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